Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1944 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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PAGE TWO Auction Sale &Show 19 PUREBRED ANGUS BULLS will be sold at public auction at 12:30 p. m. in the pavilion on Wed. Sept. 27 LAST TRIBUTE AtBURT JAS, P, STOW Service and Burial Sunday for a Boy of the 70's. ELUE EARTH, MINNESOTA, ! 7 AIRGROUNS: THE SHOW OF SALE CATTLE WILL START AT 10 A. M. 37 Purebred Females are also included m the consignment that will be offered by 12 of Minnesota's leading ANGUS cattle breeders: The bulls offered are all of serviceable age; several good enough for any registered herd; also many rugged bulls that will please any commercial producer or dairyman who crosses. This sale offers you an exceptional opportunity to buy thai . , „ , . , Angus bull vou wanl at your own Ployed at a farm implement shop • - across the street from my office By Wm. C. Dewel. Forty-four years ago last December 31 I stepped off a train for a new home at Burt, where I lived till I came to Algona late in 1902. One of my earliest acquaintances there was 'Jim' Stow. Two families of Paines were prominent at Burt then, and 'Jim' had married the Denison Paine daughter Cora a few years before. 'Jim,' a.s I recall it, was em- price, The females include bred and open heifers and young cows heavy in oelf—a wonderful op- pcriunity for ihe farmer or 4-H club boy to starl or increase his herd. Sponsored by MINN. ABERDEEN ANGUS BREEDERS ASSOC. Clement C. Chase Sec'y- Pinestone, Minn. BUSINESS IRECTORY LAWYERS W B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON & MILLER Law Offices Cownly Attorney f hones: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH Attorneys-at-Law 't'i'ice over Kossuth Mut. Bldg. . gona, Iowa Ins. and shop. Of Judicial Temperament. I liked 'Jim' from the first, and all through the many years since then I had numbered him among the friends of my lifetime. He was slow - speaking, always friendly, always tolerant of the views of others. He gave the impression of a man of sound good sense. I have thought many times that if he had educated himself for the law, his natural judicial temperament would have in time elevated him to the bench. And now 'Jim' has gone the way of so many others of the men and women who 40 years ago were the young people of the county and were cementing the pioneer foundations for the Kossuth of today. Lifetime in County. 'Jim's' given names were James Perry, and he was born April 3, 1879, to Mr. and Mrs. C. P. CCump') Stow, who at the time lived in Union township. He spent all of his three score and 11 years in this county. In boyhood he attended the Burt school, later taking a business course at DCS Moines. For some 25 years 'Jim' was in the electrical trade with the late I P. L. Dremmel. During 19 years ! he was school board secretary. He also served the Burt Elevator ... BylUto ISAK MNE8EN, AUTHOQ OF •SEVEN GOTHIC TALES' 'OUT OF AFRICA' AND'WINTER'S TALES' 15 THE ONLY WRITER 1DHAVE//ADALL HER WORKS CHOSEN PEN NAME USED BY THE" AUTHOR IS HER OWN FATHER'5 NAME... BOTO SHE AND HER FATHER LIVED FDR YEARS WITH PRIMITIVE 1 SAVAGE'S H6RSELF AS THE OWNER OF A COFFEE FAfeM /N AFRICA, HER FATHER AS A AND TRAPPER WITH THE PAWNEE INDIANS IrV MINNESdTA 7HE-MOWH CLC/8- A BATTfNS AVERAGE 5 . OF WOO PERCENT... I \VINTERSTALfS »KISAICDJNeSEN SOOK- OUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, ICW A. Sf HECA FOlffi-H GIRLS CHOOSE NEW OFFICERS! Seneca,- Sept, 19--The Seneca Stars'4-H club met at'Margery and'Donna Moore's Saturday. Ten girls answered roll call by telling!how they know, they buy Ihe right shoe size'. Donna Classen gave a talk 1 on j wise and proper buying of shoes, and Donna Moore demonstrated foot exercises. Delores' Wilberg reported on French'and Russian folk music. This being'the annual business meeting officers were elected: President, Jeanne Wilberg; vice, Donna Jean Cody; secretary, Margery-Moore ^treasurer, D6nna : Moore; historian, Donna ; Classen; reporter, Delores' Wilberg. Wanda Oleson is P. new member. Margery Moore reported that she had been 'presented with a flag set—a 4-H flag and an American flag, by a national 4-H publication for writing an article on club activities. The article was printed in the publication. Special guests' at this meeting were Mrs. Cecil Griffith,' a son and daughter, Swea City, who presented vocal solos by both son and daughter. Other guests were Mesdames Otto Wilberg and Albert Cody. Following the program there was planned/recreation.' Refreshments were served by the'hostesses. Dorothy Osborn will : be hostess Oct. 21. Mrs* Hagbert Olson, Swea Twp* Pioneer Girl, JLs Dead HARRINGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law J. Harrington J. D. Lowe y ione 287 R. J. H. 440 VAN NESS & BRUNSON Lawyers Office in new Heise block none 213 Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Co. and the Burt Telephone Co. He was a member of the Burt Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges. Widow, Six Children. If 'Jim' had lived another year he and his wife would have cele- I brated their golden anniversary In the house which is now the C. C. Smith home at Burt, they were married March 6, 1895. Burt has ever since been the family home. Mrs. Stow survives and there are six children: Dr. P. L. Stow, who lives at Newton; Donald, Pensacola, Fla.; Marguerite, LAURENCE A. WINKEL Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Security State Bank bldg. DOCTORS f'.. H. CRETZMEYER M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block fhones 440-310 Algona, Iowa MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 D. Shumway E. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building 58 Algona. Iowa, Louisvine , Ky.; Bernice, Goshen, 'ind.; Florence and Mildred, also at Pensacola. 'There are seven grandchildren. Two sisters and a brother also survive: Mrs. C. L. Phelps, Titonka P. O., Mrs. Laura Paine, Pasadena, Calif., and Fred O. Stow, Burt. Prominent in Church. Fifty-two years ago 'Jim' join- e:l the Burt Presbyterian church. In 1903 he was ordained an elder of the church and in that capacity he served more than 41 years. For M'-years he was the ,church session clerk. At that church Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Paul Figge, pastor, conducted funeral services, and burial was made in the local cemetery. A quartette consisting of Erna Baars, Evelyn Becker, Janice McWhorter, and Barbara Thompson sang, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Pallbearers were friends of yenrs: K. J. Smith, Ray Dremmel, Elzia Woltz, H. A. Thompson, H. E. Rachut, Belvert Angus. Many at Rites. Attending the last rites were: Doctor and Mrs. Stow, Newton, daughter Patricia; Mrs. Grace Paine, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. George Tyndal, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Kline, Scranton, daughter Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stow and William Stow, Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps, the Bernard Phelps family, Levant Moore and brothers, all of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stow, the Cecil Godfredsons, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stow, all of Pensacola; Mrs. Clifford Parish, Louisville, daughter Dorothy; Mrs. Donald Ganger, Goshen. Swea City, Sept. 19—Mrs. Hag-1 son, officiating. Casket bearers bert Olson, for several years an I were plaf Pedrson, John Jong- ijvvalid, died Saturday evening at'" _ _. ., 11 oclock. Born Carrie Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anderson, pioneers of Swea township, Mrs. Olson was some 71 years old at death. Mrs. Olson attended a rural school near her home. She was married in April, 1894. With the exception of two years at East Chain, Minn., she lived her entire life in this community. Mrs. Olson and her husband lived to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage, also to observe the 50th milestone of the local Baptist ehtrr'eb'KJuly- 31);*-of which Mrs. Olson was a charter member. berg, E. C. Peterson, J. J. Anderson, P. W. Larson, and Roal Roalson. Music wsjs furnished by Mr. and Mrs. A. B[ Tweeten and Arzella Peterson Xsoloist), with Mrs. Walter G. Smith at the piano. BRAVERY^'SWEA CITY BOY IN THE ARMY RECOGNIZED Gathering:Honors Nurse^The' Herman Striiecker home was the.scene of a family gathering . jaunday honoring Viola Struecker, who is a;nurse at Detroit,. MichJ Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, daughter Maridean, Mr; and Mrs. Law'-" rehce Johannesen, daughter Kathryn, son Larry, and Marie Struecker, employed at Mason City. Soldier Here'on-Furlough- Wesley Patterson is spending a furlough with home 1 folks. He arrived last week Wednesday, having first visited his wife and daughter at Missouri Valley. The Seneca Band'Mothers met at the school building last week Tuesday, and refreshments were served by Mesdames Jens Petersen and Oscar Patterson. GIDEONS WILL ATLEDYARD Lcdyord, Sept. 19—Represpnln-' tives of the Gideons, an association of Christian business men which through many years has place millions of Bibles in hotels, hospitals, schools, and pena. institutions, will conduct the morning service at the Lcdyard Methodist church Sunday at 11:15 a, m. During the war the,Gideons have purchased more than eight million new testanlents and copies of the psalms, which they are distributing to men and women of the American forces. The G.d- eons urge people, with our gifts, to help "arm them with the Gospel lob." U. Si W. Plans Christmas Boxes— Air local members of the United Service Women are urged to attend a business meeting next Monday at the town hall at 7:30 p. m. Boxes are to be planned to send to boys and girls in service. Persons attending are also to furnish addresses of sons, brothers, husbands, sisters, or daughters in service. These are needed for addresses on the boxes. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel were business callers at Algona last Thursday. Gets Job at Washington— .Jos. Dyer, now at Washington, D. C., has written his people here that he has been .assigned to a job in the Department of Com- merce, in trie edrisUs''bureau. He I was'^previously 1 'offered a job at SloutfWIs with 1 th'e 'F. B. I., but was' • limible; : to adcept at that time.,....» ..... Surprise for an Inductee— Twenty,ifive friends surprised Dennis McDonald at . his home Monday>••night, for a farewell party. - .-He leaves this week Thursday i for induction.. Mrs. Lurene:-Spatcher has taken over his dutj6s.-,at the postoffice. Pasiof, %!# lt» Conference— Thc$R'ev> and Mrs. - Edward Cass l?it;.; < Wednesday .'for- Sioux City, 'where they'.arc"' attending, the annual. Methodist conference. <ffifcpr^e<tyht'<I NOTVS. Mr. arid Mrs;'D. A.'Carpenter drove [ 0 Austin to take there ' ter, Carol Ann r , weeks hero !', w »h her husband navy. nci ' Gilbert Bepnko tending . ho u n buquo, came- lu week for n she, n •turning to b^in there. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. MarBwt were Sunday Lnofls, near A Mrs. L. W. Ames . Sa „, h ° , t lls Juni« WANTED - ALi~ h hauling. Man a Lc house on East Elm Foster. '" Five»'purebred'P61and China boars, farrowed April 7 ' '" - ' ' • • 250 now from a litier of 13. These are real! ana $hould help any herd they go inio. *a'!:l.-..' '•'. . ona Livestock PHONE 107 With the Fifth Army, SHIELD-EXPERT, H; L. HOFFMANN of Minneapolis, Minne- isota will demonstrate, without 1 charge, his "Rupture' Shields" in Algona, Iowa, at Hotel Algona, ... TT _. j _ ~.. T | p. m. Please come early. Even- Albert H. Paulsen, Swea City, la.,; ings by appoin j ment . Surviving are hor husband and' has beon cited by hisi regiment of | i have been supplying my children: Floyd, Swea City;i! he 3rcl , 'Marne ^ infantry^ rims- shields to rupture sufferers in «* , Bernard, Buffalo Center: Mrs. ' orl and awarded the combat m- - - - --Henning Froom, Bricelyn, Minn.; Mrs. Bernard Peterson, Swea City; Mrs. Anton Peterson, Den- fantryman badge for actual par- this territory' for ten years and longer. I have fitted thousands ver, Colo.; and Mrs. Walter Tupy, Minneapolis. There are afso nine , . grandchildren and one great- high. The decoration, which was grandchild. | recently authorized by the War One grandson, Virgil Peterson,! Department |s ° \ n • f-t > * " "«« 4-if.t fistl, the armed forces m Eng•and another, Lt. Arnold ticipation in combat with the ! O f cases in the United States dur- enemy while serving on the Fifth j ; ng this time. There are many Army front ir) Italy. Standards lor the badge DENTISTS iDH. H. M. OLSON Dentist >ffice in New Call Theater bldg. j many Phones: Bus. 166, Res. 788. Algona, low a KARL H. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in now Heics bk'i£ Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phones; Office. 59; residence, 859 INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $27,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y. LOANS AND INSURANCE Your Money's Worth in HEAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office »var la. Slate Bk. Phone Si Algona, Iowa SEXTON LOANS TO FARMERS AND STOCKMEN _____ vith a sound basis for credit. {surprise Saturday evening, when Dale Anderson, Sioux Falls, spent over Sunday with his wife, Mrs. Prances Anderson, relief depot agent here. Mrs. Sarah Wise was taken by is in and, Troom, made the supreme sacrifice in Sicily July 11, 1943. Three of nine brothers and sis- .ers are living: Mrs. Lorana Sundstrom, Denver; Elon Anderson, Forest City; and Oscar Anderson, Elmore. The funeral services were held Tuesday at the Baptist church, the pastor, the Rev. S. A. Ander- awarded to the infantry sokljer who proves his fighting ability in combat. The handsome badge consists of a silver rifle set against a background of infantry blue and enclosed in a| silver wreath. BONDS are your chance to be financially well after the war of rny satisfied customers righl are , here 'in your community. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right,' don't experiment. See Hoffmann." If'unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 315 Masonic Temple Minneapolis, Minn. Armour's Star Ready-to-Eat Meats are mighty good tasting! RECIPE Try this Casserole of Star Bologna and Macaroni ]/i lb sliced Star Bologna. >/4 cup flour 4 cups cooked macarom 2 cups milk in 1-inch pieces 1/4 cup Mayflower Margarine or Cloverbloom Butter Vitsp.salt Htsp,, pepper Vi CUR grated American Cheese Make white sauce of butter, flout and milk; add seasonings and cheese. Cut 4 slices of bologna small and mix with macaroni. Ad3 sauce,and' place in casserole. Bake in 350° F. oven for 30 minutes.When done, top with remain- fog slices of boWgha^hich have been; browned quickly in fry ing p»n.Serves4. Rate Emmelsburg Production Credit Association. I'art time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. n. at Bohannon Insurance Ag'cy, above S. & L. Store, Algona. See D. D. PAXSON .'''or Town Dwelling, Household Goods and Automobile Insurance, 'nsure and Be Sure! YOUR PAPER IS THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR WANT AD. her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Cash Alcorn, Pond Creek, Okla., arrived for a visit over Sunday There are just four months in the ages of the three. Other weekend guests at Mrs. V/ise's were Mrs. Lou Nelson r.nd Mr. arid Mrs. Clarence Bailey, all of Winterset. Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mrs. Mary Morris spent the weekend at Mason City with the Henry Hawleys, and Mrs. Morris- re- mpjiied for a longer visit! Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hbkuin, Kanawha, were Sunday guests; of the'Sim Bemis family. Mrs. Herman Wise spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Bemis. Armour's Star Bologna is choice meat—tasty pork and JDeef Always a "best-buy"! And so good because it's made fresh daily of choice meat. Carefylly seasoned and blended to bring out the flavor ! of the fine meat. Enjoy it often! MADE FRESH EVERY DAY ARMOUR and Company are Easil Solved Here Jack Serai LUNCHEON MEAT ,*.„,;,» Jack Sorat • PEANUT BUTTED . . None Such ...... MAYONNAISE . BLACKBERRY JAM Double Cream FILLED COOKIES. NBC VANILLA WAFERS _,„,„,, « ,, M .29c 12o ,29c V Hot and Cold Breakfast Ideas Eat a Better Breakast These Cool Days for More Pep CREAM OF WHEAT 23c SHlWD WHEAT ,,25c Quick or Reg. J. S. LARGE OATS 25c WHEATIES ... for Hormel's CHILI CON CARNE 2! No. 2 Green Baby 2 Sieve PEAS :...2NT33| Jack Sprat APPLE BUTTER : s ,r2S Choice Fruits and Vegetables FANCY TOKAY GRAPES- . ..2,, SWEET POTATOES OR YAMS .. .;.... 3 „ NO. 1 RED TRIUMPH POTATOES. ; . . .** FANCY WHITE CAULIFLOWER. . . . 25c,,3 ACORN SQUASH ..• . . .2,J MED. JUICY SUNKISf ORAHGES. ' ... SMALL WIENERS .. STAR RING BOLOGNA c STAR LINK SAUSAGE PURE BULK PORK SAUSAGE JMEATY SPARE RIBS , . PORK CHOPS ni. iii, it*. Hi. Hi. end 1 cuts Hi. 2! OUTERS ;* VIAt * CHICKENS

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